A couple of things to validate before you press the 'go-live' button on that wonderful web application of yours.
If you are thinking of choosing between Angular 1 or Angular 2, I'll say go for Angular 2; it's totally worth it.
You are building a web application and need the application to pause whenever the user stops interacting with the page;
So I started on EmberJS some time last year; after spending an inordinate amount of time trying to design a prototype with people located all across the world. Finally, after several dreary demanding iterations and lots of work, we finally agreed on an implementation. One of the dev members suggested using EmberJS or backbone. Based on his review, backbone … Continue reading EmberJS: The Rant
Everyone seems to know that the web runs on HTTP, but what is HTTP all about? HTTP stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol; an application-layer protocol that the web runs on. Implemented as a client-server model; HTTP defines how clients should make requests to servers and how servers should respond. It is a stateless protocol because servers … Continue reading What you should know about HTTP